Creative & Spiritual Life Coaching
Manifesting Brilliance is about bringing forward the light that already shines deep within you. It’s about empowering yourself to be the person you’ve always wanted to be...the person that God/Source/Universe is calling you to be. All of us are brilliant and have a divine purpose and calling. When we align ourselves with the truth of who we are, we can express ourselves fully and carryout our life purpose.
As a life coach, I work with professionals and entrepreneurs who want more out of their lives. My clients all have a vision of what they really want, but they are stuck when it comes to making things happen. My work isn’t about fixing anyone because I understand that we are all perfect, whole, and complete. I work with people to transform the ways they think about themselves and their world. I help them to identify and dismantle limiting beliefs. I work with my clients to remind them of their own power and lead them to tap into the strength and creativity they already have.
While I utilize an eclectic approach and tap into a number of coaching modalities to assist my clients, I am a certified ARTbundance™ Coach and practitioner. The ARTbundance philosophy is an innovative approach of self-discovery through creativity. It is based on the nine ARTbundance Principles: Gratitude, Intuition, Balance, Choice, Vision, Action, Attraction, Connection, and Service.
My coaching is rooted in spirituality (not religion) and focused on helping individuals learn to be grounded in an authentic sense of self. As a student of A Course in Miracles and Law of Attraction, much of my coaching is influenced by the belief that we have the power to be, do, and have whatever we desire. But, we must learn to tap into the power of our energetic thoughts and belief systems.
About Jerome Imhoff
Certified Creative & Spiritual Life Coach
My life coaching practice grew out of my work as a career coach which began in 2009. As I was working with my clients around their career lives, discussions of other aspects of their lives would invariably arise. I found myself sharing practices and exercises I had developed for myself with my clients, and they were achieving amazing results. I have been a student of A Course in Miracles since 2005, and I have always been interested in the application of various tools for spiritual and personal growth. As I shared what I had learned over the years with my clients in hopes that it would help them feel more grounded in their own lives, they were not only making the career changes they so desired, but they were also showing up in life with greater authenticity and finding more joy. They began referring their friends to me as a Life Coach.
In 2014, I became certified as an ARTbundance™ Coach and Practitioner. ARTbundance™ is a coaching modality that leverages creativity as a catalyst for personal growth and transformation. I love engaging my clients in creative and exploratory ARTsignments ™ but I also introduce my clients to a variety of exercises and practices – from “morning pages” (The Artist’s Way) and journaling prompts to practical suggestions like self-care or even organizational tools and goal setting.
Outside of work, I'm a writer, musician, philosopher, free-thinker, and teacher with a deep appreciation for all things avant-garde. I enjoy stimulating conversations, captivating novels, killer lattes, roller skating, live music, theater, binge watching Netflix, and sleeping late. I share my life with my husband, Freddie, and our two Boston Terriers: Harvey Milk Bone and HRH Queen Beatrix of Bostonia (AKA “Queenie”).
I've been described by one of my dearest friends as a hummingbird on caffeine. I guess I'm a bundle of energy who doesn’t sit down for a long time. I can say that I am rarely bored and have learned to seek joy in simple pleasures. I really enjoy my life. I love spending time with my friends and family. I believe that we are all perfect, whole, and complete from the day we are born. Life is about reconnecting with the divine energy that lives and breathes through us.
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Resources & Information
Since starting my business in 2009, I have been sharing ideas and valuable resources with clients and with the greater community. I believe everybody should have access to inspiration, ideas, and resources. Check out the resources below, including my podcast. Feel free to reach out if you're interested in more information.
I use a variety of tools or "technologies" in working with my coaching clients, Including:
Daily Practices (Meditation, etc.)
Here is a short list of recommended books:
A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron
A Creative Companion by SARK
The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown, PhD
A Course In Miracles
First published in 1976 by the Foundation For Inner Peace, A Course in Miracles (ACIM) is a self-study program of spiritual psychotherapy and a mind-training in the relinquishment of a though system based on fear and the acceptance, instead, of a thought system based on love.
As it is stated in the introduction to the text, the course can be summed up very easily in this way:
Nothing real can be threatened.
Nothing Unreal exists.
Herein lies the peace of God.
The workbook, comprising 365 daily exercises, forms the crux of the course. Two additional volumes, the text and the handbook for teachers, makeup the curriculum of the course. ACIM is not a religion. It contains no doctrine and no dogma. It uses Christian terminology but does so in decidedly non-religious and metaphorical ways.
Among the most well-known practitioners of ACIM is Marianne Williamson, who refers to her bestseller A Return to Love as the “Cliff’s Notes to the course.” Gabrielle Bernstein, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsch and many others are contemporary spiritual teachers and writers who are familiar with ACIM and have been influenced by it in some way.
I became familiar with ACIM through the writings and work of Marianne Williamson. I have read and studied many of Ms. Williamson’s books. I have attended her lectures and participated in workshops and seminar presented by her. Those who are interested in A Course in Miracles will find a good introduction to the concepts and principles presented in ACIM through the work of Marianne Williamson.